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    B.O.V & Boost gauge question

    Is it possible to T off the i/c block off to run a boost gauge and a bov or drill the inlet manifold for the bov?
    cheers jon


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    Anybody?

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    Hey Jon, the more recent Green Hulk I/C B/O's come with a plugged hole so you can simply remove the plug in install the boost gauge. So, it's very possible to drill into your stock I/C B/O to run a boost gauge. In fact, that's what many people do. I hope this answers some of your question.

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    Thanks James i know you supplied me with 3 of them just want to if I can T off it and run a bov aswell?

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    T like this so one side goes to the boost gauge sensor and the other to the bov? anybody???
    cheers jon
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    ttt

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    yes it wouldnt be a problem at all. if u didnt wanna tee it for some reason u can drill a 3/32 hole in the intake manifold port right by the mpem or whatever. i run mine tee'd on my ski and all my turboed vehicles.

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    ok thanks

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    You need the BOV before the throttle blade, once the throttle snaps shut the boost surges between the charger and the throttle body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorsport17 View Post
    You need the BOV before the throttle blade, once the throttle snaps shut the boost surges between the charger and the throttle body.
    right, and if u wanna get technical best place for the BOV is closer to the TB
    (actuall positon of the bov not the vac line)
    so as far as your concerned boo hoo, hook it up in a T

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